Proof of immunity must include:
All immunization dates must be signed/certified by a physician or public health official. A signed copy of the high school immunization records is also accepted.
Documentation of immunity must be complete and on file in the Student Health Services on the 10th class day of the entering semester.
If no proof of immunization or certificate/statement of exemption is provided by the 10th class day of the term, the student will not be permitted to register for a subsequent term, add or drop classes for the current term or receive transcripts, and a non-compliance fee will be assessed.
Contact your doctor, the County Health Department, or obtain a copy of the 9th grade physical from your high school.
Call Patient Support Services at (309) 438-7559 for questions about which immunization requirements apply.
Probably not. You will also need proof of your first MMR which is usually given at about 15 months of age.
No. (Athletes may have special requirements. Check with a coach or trainer.)
TB screenings are only required for international students and must be done at ISU once classes start.
The Hepatitis vaccine is recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), but not required at ISU. The meningococcal vaccine may be required pending a change to a state law.
Yes. Visit our secure website or call (309)438-2778 to schedule an appointment.
Prices are subject to change. Please visit our Immunization Pricing webpage for the most up-to-date prices.
Students who do not live on campus, and are not taking on campus classes do not need to turn in immunization records. If you have specific questions about your situation, please feel free to contact the Patient Support Services at (309) 438-7559.